The OSUN Hubs offers displaced youth the opportunity to upskill their critical thinking, academic writing, and analysis skills in preparation for admission to university, a diploma track or a certificate program. Learners have the option to apply for either the Refugee Higher Education Access Program (RhEAP) or the Language, Images and Critical Thinking Program (LIT). RhEAP is a 12-month bridging and transition program, delivered over five modules that focus on study skills and digital literacy, academic writing and thinking through content in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM fields. The Program also builds in a full module of application and scholarship preparation, which includes individual advising sessions for learners. The LIT program is intended for learners who are eager to gain skills but may not be ready for or interested in a degree-preparation program. LIT is flexible and can be tailored to different contexts.
The Hubs are committed to providing learners in camps, urban areas, and host communities with avenues into higher education.